A survey conducted by Morning Consult has found that 44 per cent of Premier League fans in the United States had a favourable view of Tottenham.
The survey conducted asked people from the general population of the United States, as well as those describing themselves as Premier League fans, if they have a “very favourable” or “somewhat favourable” view of all 20 top flight clubs.
The survey found that Liverpool came out on top, with about 3 in 5 self-identified Premier League fans (61%) having a favourable view of the Merseyside club.
They were followed by Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Newcastle United, with Spurs coming in at seventh place.
While 44 per cent of Premier League fans had a favourable view of the Lilywhites, only 11 per cent of the general American population had a very favourable view of the club, which was behind Southampton (14 per cent) and the same as the likes of West Ham United, Leicester City and Crystal Palace.
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Anyone who has visited the US will know that Tottenham have a sizeable following in the country. This survey is a flawed method to find a club’s popularity in the United States as Chelsea and Arsenal supporters are obviously going to say they have an unfavourable view of Spurs.
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